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The Great British Bake Off (BBC2, 8pm) The five remaining contestants must whip up a feast of delicious desserts this week, but things soon begin to flop when the bakers produce some less than perfect chocolate roulades in the technical challenge. A decadent tower of profiteroles is the final test of their dessert skills, but there are tears in the kitchen over the spectacular croquembouche. Mel and Sue provide some light-hearted banter while Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood choose who will progress to the the semi-finals.

Later Live...with Jools Holland (BBC2, 10pm) The much loved live music show is back, with Snow Patrol signalling their return with new song Called Out in the Dark. R&B artist Emeli Sande performs an acoustic version of her debut single Heaven, and there are energetic performances courtesy of rockers The Duke Spirit, New Orleans musician Trombone Shorty, Sweden's Little Dragon, and two favourites from folk institution Roy Harper.

A South American Journey with Jonathan Dimbleby (BBC2, 11.50am) Following programmes on Russia and Africa, this three-part series follows Jonathan Dimbleby as he travels to South America to report on the changes taking place in this fascinating continent. The stories he uncovers highlight inequality still prevalent here; from female wrestlers in Bolivia fighting for indigenous rights to a Chilean astronomer showing stars to poor children.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Sep 17, 2011
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